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Start your day off at 9am with Joe Wicks on his YouTube Channel! Link below!
The document is attached at the bottom of the page.
See document at the bottom of the page.
In Phase 4, no new graphemes are introduced. The main aim of this phase is to consolidate the children's knowledge and to help them learn to read and spell words which have adjacent consonants, such as trap, string and milk.
In the documents section there are two stories. One is related to the blend of sounds that we have learned today in Phonics, the other is some extra reading containing the blend.
Write one sentence about what you have done today.
The letters ‘m’ and ‘n’ are confusing because they look so similar! Adults, can you cut up some paper squares and write ‘m’ and ‘n’ to make a pile for each. Next, can you make some squares for your child to sort:
- write ‘m’ and ‘n’ five more times each
- words beginning with ‘m’ (man, mug, march, might, mend)
- words beginning with ‘n’ (nut, drum, dark, deep, dog)
Maybe you could draw some easy to draw objects like a dog, and write some of the words. Can you put the cards into the right pile? (m or n)
Chilli Challenge: Can you find something in your house that starts with m, and then n?
Communication and Language
Talk to your family about your favourite parts of the Easter Holidays/since we have been away from school